Just watch it using Windows Classic Media PLayer...and if ur lucky enough to have 1...I connect my JVC camcorder to a regular DVD recorder/player that’s already connected to my tv and record while playing video.
i have browsed through the posts and i have a similar problem, i want to convert the .mod videos from my handicam to .mpg and i m using VCD Cutter to join all these files into one long video. VCD cutter reads the converted videos but when one video is created it’s quality is deteriorated and there is no sound. is there any way to convert the format and than join small clips into one long video, without losing the sound and the quality
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The trouble with Canon MOD & MOI files is that the widescreen info is held by the MOI file so changing the extension of the MOD file will not do you any good as you will end up with a squashed square screen.
I use Cyberlink Power Director to convert to any format, normally AVI or mp4. It’s the tuppeny happeny way that Canon and JVC treat their customers that’s the problem. It’s called proprietry formats on the cheap with the end user losing out. My suggestion is a camera or camcorder that records in AVI, AVCHD, or mp4.
The reasonably priced Fuji cameras give good colour tone and up to 1080p at a reasonable price and you can take photos with them!
Free trial Aimersoft Video Converter Std software locks up on Windows XP ServicePack 3. Website is Danuisoft. I can not recommend this trial It is poorly tested and can not covert Panasonic .MOD to .avi format. I would not waste my money.
Hello out there -- I bought a JVC HD camcorder about 6years ago and successfully made DVD’s ( using windows Movie Naker and DVD maker) until last year, when the finished movie refused to be published or made into a DVD and came up “catastrophic error ". Now this year’s movie is doing exactly the same -- I have been advised to alter the MOD files to .wmv and the audio to .wma in order to burn to visual DVD ( for watching on TV ) Firstly I can’t get my head around why it was OK for 3years or so and then decided to quit on me. I’ve spent hours creating a movie with titles etc etc and hate to see that wasted - as I just recorded straight to DVD in desperation last year and I sort of like my home made movies ! Is it really just a case of changing the name of the file ?? ( I’ve printed out some instructions from an earlier thread )
I want to change my JVC camera files to WMV so I can send them on the internet. I have downloaded them to my computer and I can view them on my computer because I have the JVC software. I can view the files after changing the MOD extension to MPG but viewing uses the JVC software. The CODEC has to be on the computer you are viewing on. If I email the file it can’t be viewed by the other person. The file was not converted
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